In this episode, I'm going to walk through my team's current process of reimagining our church's website. Our last redesign was almost five years ago, so it's time for an overhaul.
I love to plan ahead and get a good idea of what the future looks like. However, when you work at a church there are so many moving parts, that it's difficult to plan anything of substance.
In this episode, I'm going to walk you through what a reasonable timeline is when you're planning your church's marketing. The goal here is to give you a good sense of what is achievable when you're working with a church.
Today we’re talking about what you need to think about before you spend the church’s money on communications resources. If you’re like most people who work or volunteer at a church, you can get a large number of emails and ads promising you amazing results if you just a certain product.
In this episode, I’m going to give you a three-question framework that you can use before you make any purchases for your church. It’s a set of questions that I wish I had when I was starting out doing communications for my church.
2019 is here, so it’s time to make some predictions about what we’re going to see in the coming year. In this episode, I walk through five communication trends that I believe will have an impact in 2019.
Facebook groups are all becoming a popular alternative to Facebook pages, and it's about time that church invested in Facebook Groups as well. In this episode, I walk through some of the key things we've learned as we've grown a massive Facebook Community.
Online evangelism? Is it for real? On this episode, we're going to take a look some research from Barna that sheds some light on the subject.
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In this episode, we talk through the dangers of outsourcing your social media. Why it's easy to do, but we also must force ourselves to do better work for our audiences.